ODU, Davidson Men Tie 147-147; Wildcat Women Top Monarchs

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October 15th, 2021 College, News

Old Dominion vs Davidson

  • Friday, October 15, 2021
  • Davidson, N.C.

Courtesy: ODU Sports

DAVIDSON, N.C. – Old Dominion University men’s swimming tied Davidson 147-147 on Friday evening, while the women’s squad fell 167-118 at Davidson.

ODU’s first win of the night was in the men’s 4×100 medley relay, as Noah WilkinsPeter DurisinOskar Iwarsson and Liam Redman won with a time of 3:28.44.

Freshman Carson Doll added a win in the 1000 freestyle with a time of 9:45.54. He also won the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:47.78.

Noah Wilkins put another win on the board, this time in the 200 freestyle, with a time of 1:43.41. Wilkins scored his second win of the night with a 46.06 in the 100. Freestyle.

Peter Durisin added to the win total with a victorious time of 59.14 in the 100 breaststroke. He added another win in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:11.94.

Freshman Liam Redman won his second race of the season with a 20.97 winning time in the 50 freestyle.

Jacob Cobb added the final individual win of the meet with a victory in the 200 IM with a time of 1:56.19.

Tara Enneking added his first win of the day in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:21.59. She added a second win of the meet with a time of 2:05.54 in the 200 IM.

Brynn Jewell scored a win for the Monarchs in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:20.22.

Claire Henniker came in first in the 100 butterfly with a time of 59.07.

The final event of the night was the 4×50 freestyle relay, won by the men’s squad, while the women came in second by just .73 seconds.

Liam Redman, Russell Hronek, Ryan Lincicum and Noah Wilkins cruised to a win with a time of 1:23.88. The women’s team of Summer MilnMary DunworthMiranda Byrne and Laila Webb swam to a time of 137.73.

Courtesy: Davidson Athletics

DAVIDSON — Wildcats accounted for 15 event wins against Old Dominion Friday night, as the Davidson women earned a 167-118 team win and the Davidson men finished even with 147 points.

Abby Francis and Julia Goodhead led the way with two individual wins apiece. Francis claimed the 50 and 100 free in 24.16 and 52.64, respectively, while Goodhead swept the backstroke, winning the 100 in 58.30 and the 200 in 2:07.26.

Other wins by the Davidson women came from Siena Senn (200 free, 1:54.04), Rani Greer (100 breast, 1:06.19), Shelby Stanley (200 fly, 2:05.29) and in the 1,000 free, where Sylvia Stewart-Bates (10:30.95) led a 1-2-3 Wildcat finish.

Davidson also won two women’s relays, with Francis, Stanley, Greer and Hope Carpenter taking the 4×100 medley (3:51.63) and Goodhead, Francis, Martha Tripsa and Chale Jacks winning the 4×50 free (1:37.00).

“The women were great,” said Davidson coach John Young. “The divers staked them to a lead, and they didn’t let up. From the first relay through most of the individual events, the women were productive. A step forward from their last time out.”

For the Davidson men, Miles Charles led the way with two wins. He swam out front in both butterfly events, winning the 100 in 51.58 and the 200 in 1:56.84. Thomas Broderick added a win in the 100 back (52.77).

“The men had some really gutsy performances, but I’m not sure they have fired on all cylinders yet,” said Young. “We did see some forward progress in many events, including really promising and tough swims for many of the underclassmen. We were in a position to win, thanks to the divers. It was fun for the meet to come down to the last relay.”

In diving, Davidson’s Annica Valmassei posted the best women’s scores with 248.10 in the one-meter and 254.55 in the 3M. Wildcat Ben Cutforth led the way with a score of 250.28 in 1M and 274.72 in the 3M.

Up Next
The Wildcats will compete at the Richmond Duals Oct. 22-23.

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